The Act of Quad designs multi-generational Mumbai apartment with its own temple

Two flats in a Mumbai high-rise were combined to create a “minimal but playful” home for three generations, which local studio The Act of Quad has decorated with multiple spherical and rounded shapes.

Located in the city’s Ghatkopar suburb, the four-bedroom, 325-square metre apartment is dotted with orbs and circles. Some serve a purpose as mirrors or lights, while others are simply decorative wooden sculptures placed on the floor.

The apartment’s neutral palette (above) is punctuated by pops of orange and yellow (top image)

“We tried to soften the severity of the minimalist architecture with smooth outlines and rounded shapes,”

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